Examples of vanish in a Sentence
The missing girl vanished without a trace a year ago.
The papers seem to have vanished into thin air.
Dinosaurs vanished from the face of the earth millions of years ago.
Recent Examples of vanish from the Web
But the center is vanishing and the traditional parties have limited appeal.
The two high schools merged the following year, the trophy vanished and is still missing.
No survey was done for tiger beetles, which were first discovered in the pineland in the 1930s, vanished and were rediscovered in 2007.
With Herbert shelved because of a fractured collarbone, the passing attack vanished and the Ducks became much easier to defend.
The planet is warming, the Arctic is melting, the sea ice will eventually vanish, and humans are largely responsible.
Instead, when the actress, a Georgia native, declared bankruptcy, jobs vanished and businesses imploded.
But as those promises flowed, millions of jobs vanished and thousands of factories disappeared.
But during an equinox, the tilt effectively vanishes, and both hemispheres experience equal amounts of sunshine.
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Origin and Etymology of vanish
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymsdematerialize, dissolve, evanesce, evaporate, fade, flee, fly, go (away), melt, sink, disappear
Related Wordsblank (out), clear, die (away or down or out), disperse, dissipate, dissolve, dry up; blur, dim
Near Antonymsarrive, break out, come out, emerge, issue, loom, show up
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